CNET today has posted an interview with Patricia Vance, President of the Electronic Software Ratings Board, discussing topics ranging from the fallout from the GTA: San Andreas "Hot Coffee" scandal to the ratings process the organization goes through before giving a game one of its five labels.
Do you let your own children play video games without supervision?
Vance: I do have a sense of what they play; I do supervise them, although of course you can't supervise them all the time. But I also trust my kids. They're exposed to lots of different types of content, whether it's on television or in books, in magazines, on the Internet, in school, on the playground and at their friends' houses, that I can't control and I think the role that I have as a parent is to teach them right from wrong. They're not going to learn that from anything they're exposed to on television, on film or on their computer. They're going to learn that from me.
A very good read with a lot of good information.
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